This is such a cute “The Earth is Full” Card with that we used the Cricut to make embellishments for. I also talk a minute about the new DVD and the prizes to come with that so YAY! 🙂
In this Video:
- Cricut Stamping Solutions Cartridge
- Cricut Cuttables – Cricut Stamp Material
- Harvest Paper from Me and My Big Ideas
- ATG Gun
- American Traditions Textured Cardstock
- “The Earth is Full of the Goodness of the Lord” stamp from New Clear Dollar Stamps
- Tree Stamp is cut from Cricut material using Stamping Solutions Cart at 3 1/4″
- Tree Images cut from Green Textured Cardstock same button using Blackout at 3 1/4″
I love that you can make your own stamps!! I haven’t tried it yet but hopefully soon!
Love the card and the stamp set.
oh i didnt know you could make stamps either, one more reason my DH needs to know why santa should get me an expression! 🙂
Love the card, and really love the scripture stamp!!!!
Cute card, haven’t tried the make your own stamp! Have you tried to make a Cuttlebug folder? Thanks
Thank you so much for sharing this card. I was having problems with my stamps stamping so am excited to try the versa mark method. Does it work for all acrylic stamps? Yours was so crisp!! Congratulations on your DVD too!!!
Thanx a bunch! I have seen this but have been afraid to try it. The video is a big help!
If you have not already are you planning a video on the cricut embossing sheets?
How nice to see the Circut Stamp used. I Stand and look at the kit at HL. And think Oh No I might not be able to do that. I want to try it now. The scripture was great they are hard to find thanks for info. Love the card.
Thanks for the tip about using the Versamark before the ink. I have not used the Cricut Stamp material yet, but that will come in handy. I will be ordering your DVD, it just has to wait a little bit.
Wow, didn’t know you could make stamps with cricut. Will have to give it a go. Have you gotten a gypsy yet, and will you be showing how to use it? I just got one and would love to see what you do with it!
Looking forward to checking out those scripture stamps!
What a great card! My grandmother would love this and I think I’m gonna make it for her today! Thanks for the inspiration. 🙂
I really want to try making the stamps but I am scared. It looks like you had a hard time keeping it on the block. Is that a problem?
It does easily slide off the block when its wet. Because I was wiping it with a wet baby wipe in between is the reason it kept sliding off. Other than that, it’s not bad.
Embossing Folders – I plan to show you in the next week or so how to make your OWN embossing Folders!! 🙂 You’ll LOVE it! 🙂
Next video to come is going to be a FANTASTIC Home Decor and GREAT Christmas Gift Idea! I KNOW you’ll LOVE it!!!! (And a giveaway TOO!)
Christa – there are several videos on the Gypsy on my website – go to the Projects and Videos Dropdown menu at the top of the page and click on Gypsy – it will bring up several videos 🙂
That’s a very nice card. I just bought that cricut stamp material but haven’t tried using it yet. I’ll put your DVD on my Christmas wish list!
I was impressed that you can make stamps with the cricut…I am finding that I know very little about the cricut! An I have both Sure Cuts Alot and Design studio on my computer and have them both work effectively?
Ok I so need some of that stamp stuff. I didnt know you could cut stamps with the cricut. All of the possibilities that just became available are staggerring. That card is so cute and I agree about the scriptures, sometimes its what makes the card. Thanks for sharing.
Love the card. Simple but beautiful.
Thank you for the card layout idea; the pop dot on the center tree added the depth/texture. I also enjoy scripture based stampers;would like to know about similar sources. And I hope Cicut develops a faith-based cart soon. I will try making my own stampers after your demo!
Very nice card. Can’t wait for my dvd to get here so you can teach me some more. Thanks Meagan
Pretty card…love the sentiment. Can’t wait for your video on making our own embossing folders!! 🙂
Great card! I love the idea of cutting and stamping together!
Lovely card. Thanks for showing the idea of making your own stamp. Great job. I am going to get in so much trouble because I HAVE to get both yours and My Pink Stampers DVD. Haha! Congrats on the DVD and I look forward to getting it!
Lovely card. Your so easy to understand too! Love the card, its beautiful. Thanks, Cindy
Your card is beautiful and I love those scripture stamps too. Thanks so much!
That is perfect, I was just trying to figure out how I could do my own stamps and then I see this and see there is something you can use to make them. Thank you!
This card is so pretty, can see me making one like that soon.
I seen this stamp kit and wanted to give it a try but wanted to make sure it was worth it first. By the looks of the video it is. Thanks for sharing and love the card.
Beautiful trees…I was wondering what you were doing by double loading your stamp. Love your videos…can’t wait to see the one on how to make your own stamps.
OMGosh! Thanks for the awesome tip of using the versa mark! I now want to buy the cuttables and stamping cartridge! UGh!!!! Ohh i wish i can win the lotto! HEHEHE
I love the trees and the scripture! Beautiful!
Love the card thanks for sharing
I think I will definitely like this cartridge. That was a great tip using the versamark and then the ink.
Hi Megan wasn’t sure what you were saying about using the versa mark stamp is that only for the stamp material for my bug or is it for all acrylic stamps? Also one little comment about the background the white desk is too bright and sometimes its hard to see some the video…sorry if only one to mention this…but love love watching your video’s.
You can use versa mark with any acrylic stamps – but I esp like to use the versa mark with the Cricut Stamp Material. 🙂
The background color is now changed to a grey – so it should be easier to see in videos from now on and the DVD is done on grey with a totally different setup all together so you won’t have that problem in the future 🙂
Glad you enjoy the videos